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Get Fit for Less With the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit

2016-12-07T14:05:04+00:00

The federal government introduced the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit in 2006.  The program aims to promote physical fitness among children.  The CFTC allows parents to claim eligible expenses paid for their children’s enrolment in prescribed programs of physical activities.   For the 2016 tax year, parents can claim up to $500 in sports and fitness activity

Get Fit for Less With the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit2016-12-07T14:05:04+00:00

Get a Tax Break on Your Children’s Summer Break

2016-08-26T12:15:14+00:00

While the kids are having fun and making new friends, you can look forward to some tax relief.   Summer camps can be considered Child Care Expenses so you might qualify to claim what you spent on eligible child care in 2016. Child Care Expenses are costs you, your spouse or common-law partner incur to have

Get a Tax Break on Your Children’s Summer Break2016-08-26T12:15:14+00:00